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Chapter 11,

A study stack to study the industrial revolution in america

Describe the soil of the North Rocky with Fast Moving Water Ways
Describe the soil of the South Fertile with still water
What kind of farms were found in the North & South? Small Family Farms
What kind of life did Southern Planters have? A luxory & easy life. They owned huge plantations with lots of slaves.
What made up the North's economy? Factories and Capitalist
What made up the South's economy? Huge plantation and small farms
In what region was child labor more common? The North
What region was more affected by inventions such as the telegraph, the steamboat, and the Factory System? The North
What region was more affected by inventions such as the cotton gin and improved threshers? The South
What caused slavery to grow from 1800 to 1860. More cotton production
Created by: CleanJacket68